THE TROUT FLY DRESSER'S CABINET OF DEVICES, OR HOW TO TIE FLIES FOR TROUT  AND GRAYLING FISHING. By the late H.G. McClelland. (

THE TROUT FLY DRESSER'S CABINET OF DEVICES, OR HOW TO TIE FLIES FOR TROUT AND GRAYLING FISHING. By the late H.G. McClelland. ("Athenian" of the "Fishing Gazette"). Third edition.

TACKLE MAKING FOR FISHERMEN. By H.H. Eeles.

TACKLE MAKING FOR FISHERMEN. By H.H. Eeles.

NOTES OF A FLY FISHER: AN ATTEMPT AT A GRAMMAR OF THE ART FOR BEGINNERS: WITH HINTS ON HEALTH. By W.S. Jackson.

1927 1st edition. 12mo (105 x 165mm). Ppiv,191. B/w illustrations. Full tan pigskin with rounded corners, gilt titles to upper board and spine, all edges gilt.

This is the superior binding. "W.S. Jackson was educated at Rugby School. He later emigrated to Canada where he worked as a schoolmaster. He was well known for his climbing feats, particularly in the Canadian Rockies. His ambition was to fish with the fly on each river in the world where it was possible to use it. He died in 1947 at the age of ninety-four". (Hampton).
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47016
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Author Jackson (W.S.). (d. 1947).
Book Code 47016
ISBN B00IB3KEX6
Book Description Boards slightly bowed but a good copy of the leatherbound edition.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1927
Publisher The Fishing Gazette.
Place London.